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What is the weirdest thing you have caught or snagged while fishing? My friend caught a mussel on a spinnerbait one time. We had

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  • CavRecon
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    A brassiere.

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  • survivorman
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    my brother caught a white crappie with a 6 in lamprey on the side

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  • mark mefford
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    a bunch of clams

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  • samuel wilson
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    me and my mom got the same carp once

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  • RackAttack68
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    i havent done it but a good buddy of mine caught a male mallard while fishing

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  • kyle
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    MAN IF I SEE A SNAKE AT THE END OF MY POLE THE WHOLE REEL AND POLE IS GOING INTO THE WATER!!! Don't care what it cost me, no snake is coming into the same boat that I'm in!!!!!

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  • Skeeb
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    I've caught snapping turtles, "bottle nose" turtles, trees, snakes, and even while catfishing, a lowrance fish finder! Don't ask me how but honest to god it happened...

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  • bonnier-admin_2
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    When I was a 10, I asted into the windshield of another fisherman on the other side of a dam spillway near Texarkana TX.

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  • jlfreeborn
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    how about...a rock!!! I hooked about a 6-10 lb rock on a shad rap one time and actually brought it to the boat.

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  • hunterkid94
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    well me and my friend once bought a crawdad trap, well we set it and tied it to shore. needless to say it was a terrible knot(iv learned my knots since then) and it came un-done and got washed away when the water got high. bout a week later i go snagged on a tree. i yanked, and my hook caught a green line. well i didnt care so i jumped into the water and pulled out our trap! then i hooked a catfish, broke the line and caught the same catfish later to get my hook back. then one time we caught an old ugly stik rod.

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  • huntcamp
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    Snagged two minnows on a single hook lure 2 casts in a row. Two clams, a sand turtle and a seagull.

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  • MLH
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    Snagged a water snake when I was a kid - Dad cut it loose before it got into shore. My mom is deathly afraid of snakes (ophidiophobia) and would have freaked if she saw it hanging from my pole.

    Another time a seagull grabbed my Zara Spook and played tug of was with me for awhile - not sure how it didn't get snagged in the trebles. Then it came back for more. Had to switch from the topwater plugs.

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  • Happy Myles
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    It was opening of lobster season about 1:00am. Perfectly legal, but pitch dark, I was struggling around in a rock hole focused on a big lobster when pain shot through my right buttock. I scruntched back banging my scuba tank on the rocks to discover I had hooked myself myself on a a lure attached to a line. Managed to cut the line and get to the surface. You find who your friends are when you have a hook in your butt.

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  • Doug Horning
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    I was night fishing at Walbourne Resivour in Malboro, Ohio. We were using small poppers to catch bass and crappies in a small cove. On one of the casts I happened to notice that my line made no sound as it hit the water. I felt a tiny tug on the pole and gave it a quick jerk. As I reeled it in I had noticed that it was very small and fight almost as if it were flying in the air at times, but that wasn't possible because we could hear small splashes every now and then. Here when I finally got it to shore I had reeled in a small bat.

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  • steelers8623
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    While trout fishing in a good sized creek, a friend of mine pulled in a thermostat for a water furnace... she snagged the wire with a spinner.. million to one

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